7 Questions To Ask Yourself In Your Yearly Review To Catapult Next Years Goals

You only have a finite amount of time.

The goals you decide to pursue have an opportunity cost. The time and energy you spend on them will replace the time you could, and maybe in some cases should be spending on something else.

Choose your goals wisely.

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Small Biz Investor, CEO, & helping others improve their performance, profit, & potential w/out sacrificing what’s most important. www.nateanglin.com/newsletter

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